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Applications for international protection, subsidiary protection and humanitarian protection are based on different causae petendi

Civil Supreme Court, Section I, Judgement no. 762231 of March 2020. Pres. Genovese. Est. Di Marzio

date: 29.04.2020
Area: Litigation and Arbitration

In its ruling no. 7622 of 31 March 2020, the Italian Supreme Court clarified that applications for international protection, subsidiary protection and humanitarian protection are based on different causes of action (causae petendi). Consequently, the applicant bears the burden of attaching specific and different facts suitable to support the claim advanced and the form of protection invoked.

Applications for international protection, subsidiary protection and humanitarian protection are based on different causae petendi

Civil Supreme Court, Section I, Judgement no. 762231 of March 2020. Pres. Genovese. Est. Di Marzio

date: 29.04.2020
Area: Litigation and Arbitration

In its ruling no. 7622 of 31 March 2020, the Italian Supreme Court clarified that applications for international protection, subsidiary protection and humanitarian protection are based on different causes of action (causae petendi). Consequently, the applicant bears the burden of attaching specific and different facts suitable to support the claim advanced and the form of protection invoked.